Album Info

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Label: Tiger Turn

Genre: Jazz

Subgenre: Latin Jazz

Interpret: Julio Botti

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FLAC 96 $ 11,00
  • 1Terruino05:44
  • 2El Llanto de Sayan04:47
  • 3Esperando05:21
  • 4Para mi Amigo02:44
  • 5Tango Blues03:14
  • 6Recordando05:09
  • 7Upper west03:24
  • 8Melodia Para Agustin04:44
  • Total Runtime35:07

Info zu Roots

Latin Jazz is the name of this terrific album, and it's also a fitting description of its creator Julio Botti. Born in the Cordoba region of Argentina, Botti began playing the saxophone at an early age, eventually moving to the United States in 1998, where he studied with the likes of Donny McCaslin. Throughout his impressive and itinerant career, he has traveled from Cuba to Spain, learning different art forms and taking his music in new directions.

Julio Botti, soprano and tenor saxophone, flute
Quintino Cinalli, drums, percussion
Special Guests:
Patrice Blanchard, bass
Leo Genovese, keyboards
Andrés Rot, bass
Marcelo Wolosky, drums
Julio Santillán, guitar, voice

Julio Botti
is a 2-time Latin Grammy nominated artist, composer and saxophonist.

Botti started his music career at age 8, in Cordoba, Argentina where his mother gifted him his first saxophone. Since then, he has scoured the world to refine his skills and discover new and exciting sounds. From nightclubs in Havana to the caves of Madrid, from befriending Buddy Miles to collaborating with Maestro Pablo Ziegler, Botti’s life has been a whirlwind journey, spanning almost 30 years over 3 continents, all in the pursuit to develop and perfect Nuevo Tango – a progressive form of Jazz Tango. Julio is completing a transatlantic voyage from New York City to Spain, to again see what the world has to offer.

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